Archive for the ‘Newsletters’ Category

MnTAP Continues to IMPACT Minnesota Businesses

The Minnesota Technical Assistance Program (MnTAP)’s mission is “Strengthening Minnesota businesses by improving efficiency while saving money through energy, water, and waste reduction.” In MnTAP’s April newsletter, they highlight the release of their 2019 IMPACT annual report, along with other topics. MnTAP has released their 2019 IMPACT annual report, summarizing the outreach activities and environmental outcomes […]

MPCA Smart Salting Program News

The MPCA (Minnesota Pollution Control Agency) Smart Salting Program is “for winter maintenance and property management professionals seeking to maintain safe surfaces using less salt”. Topics in the 2/10/2020 bulletin include: Several Smart Salting trainings coming up in February (see below) The 20th Annual Salt Symposium will be on August 5th, 2020 – topics: the […]

Spring 2020 Waterline Out Now

The Spring 2020 issue of Waterline is out now! “The Waterline is a quarterly newsletter for water operators, city officials, and others interested in news related to public water systems in Minnesota”, published by the Minnesota Department of Health’s Drinking Water Protection program. Highlights in this issue include a special story on how the Xcel Energy […]

Waterline: Winter 2019-2020 Out Now

The latest issue of Waterline, the official newsletter of the Drinking Water Protection Section of the Minnesota Department of Health, is now available online. Click here to read the latest issue. This issue has news about training and regulatory information, a feature story about innovative water plants in south-central Minnesota, and more. You can find […]

Climate Week 2019

Climate week is September 23rd through 28th this year, and the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is one of many entities nationwide taking action this week! Check out this article from their news release earlier today. Climate change and our water resources are intimately connected, so it is important for us to be aware […]

Information is power. The power to protect drinking water

Public Water Suppliers are a part of Minnesota’s program to protect public health. In Anoka County, 265 cities and businesses operate their public water supply to serve an adequate supply of safe drinking water to their residents and customers. Information, training and certification of the people that operate water systems ensures that the water distributed to homes, […]

The Noncomm Scoop, Fall/Winter 2012

The Noncomm Scoop (Fall/Winter 2012) newsletter provides information and guidance for the owners and operators of “noncommunity public water systems” (such as schools, churches, resorts, restaurants and other businesses that have their own water supply well).  The presence, health effects and treatment of nitrogen and arsenic in drinking water are the topics of the current issue […]

MDH Summer Waterline Newsletter

The Summer 2012 Waterline Newsletter (for water operators and others interested in news related to public water systems) is available including part 3 of High Hazard Cross-Connection -a significant deficiency.

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